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Boulton Paul Defiant, Dornier Do 17

Sello: Boulton Paul Defiant, Dornier Do 17 (Solomon Islas) Anniversary Battle of Britain) Mi:SB 1406

Messerschmitt Bf 110 E

Messerschmitt Bf 110 E, Eduard von Helmut Fraundorfer

Junkers 87 STUKA#Repin By:Pinterest++ for iPad#

Junkers Stuka dive bomber, arguably the most iconic aircraft of WWII, even if as early as the Battle of Britain she began to show her weaknesses as a combat aircraft.

Kampfgeschwader 51 FalkeEins the Luftwaffe blog November 2011

Luftwaffe modelling - Revell new tool Junkers Ju 88 bomber 04672 - Ju 88 walkaround photo selection - most extensive on the net! - last edit March 2016

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13 Aug 40: The Luftwaffe launches Adlertag, or Eagle Day, the first day of the maximum offensive to destroy RAF airfields and gain air supremacy in preparation for Operation SEA LION, the invasion of England. The Germans launch 1,485 sorties, but the day starts off in confusion and they lose 39 planes while the British lose just 15. More: #WWII

April 1940 -While on patrol over the waters of Norway, a lumbering British Short Sunderland flying boat shot down a German (pictured here), forced another to land, and drove off the remaining 4 attackers.

NA-57 in Luftwaffe markings

French trainer aircraft captured by German forces. The was the French variant of the US trainer.



Stukas Over Stalingrad: Focke-Wulf Fw 190

Beautiful color image of the German Focke-Wulf Fw fighters, of Fighter Squadron during flight, 1943


The Junkers Ju 87 “Sturzkampfbomber,” or Stuka, was a feared weapon in Nazi Germany’s arsenal,…

Stuka, Russia 1943

[Photo] German crew working on a Ju 87 Stuka aircraft in the field, Russia, winter of

Bf 109 F W.Nr. unknown "Schwarze 1", 8./JG 3, Beresowka, 15 September 1941. the pilot freed after the airframe being stabilized by wooden poles.

Bf 109 F W. unknown "Schwarze Beresowka, 15 September the pilot freed after the airframe being stabilized by wooden poles.